Welcome to Moreno Valley College
It is my sincere pleasure to welcome you to Moreno Valley College, the 111th Community College in California. The dedicated faculty, staff, and administrators are here to help you meet your educational goals. You have access to general education courses getting you ready to transfer to a four year university, as well as a number of career technical programs offering associate's degrees and certificates.
Moreno Valley College has strong ties to the community and a rich history in building partnerships with local businesses, industries and school districts. These partnerships allow us to offer successful and highly sought after programs in allied health care, public safety, computer gaming, and business.
All of us at Moreno Valley College hope that your experience will not only provide you with an outstanding education, but will be the start of a lifetime of learning and a sense of belonging to the college and the community.
Robin Steinback, Ph.D.
Moreno Valley College inspires, challenges, and empowers our diverse, multicultural community of learners to realize their goals; promotes citizenship, integrity, leadership, and global awareness; and encourages academic excellence and professionalism.
To accomplish this mission, we provide comprehensive support services, developmental education, and academic programs leading to:
- Baccalaureate Transfer
- Associate Degrees in Arts and Sciences
- Certificates in Career and Technical Education Fields
- Post-employment Opportunities
The Moreno Valley College is fast becoming the health education center of choice in the Inland Empire with strong programs in health sciences, human, and public services. Each semester more than 10,000 students pursue associate's degrees, transfer to a four-year college or university, or a career certificate that qualifies them to enter their chosen field.
MVC offers instruction at two sites, a main campus located in the city of Moreno Valley and an off-campus site, the Ben Clark Training Center, located approximately 11 miles from the main campus.
RCCD began serving the Moreno Valley community by offering classes at March Air Force Base and Moreno Valley High School. The number of courses expanded with the community's population and in October 1985 the Robert C. Warmington Company donated 112 acres for the construction of a college in Moreno Valley. This philanthropic act was motivated by the company's vision that having a college close to the homes that it intended to build would make those homes more attractive to potential buyers. In 1989, RCCD purchased 20 additional acres. Construction began in the same year and MVC officially opened in 1991 when four buildings were completed: the Library, the Student Services Building, the Science and Technology Building, and the student center.
MVC became a fully accredited college in 2010, making it the 111th California Community College. MVC has grown from serving 3,490 students in the College's first semester to an annual enrollment of over 10,000 students.
MVC is RCCD's designated center for health sciences and public safety programs, which are offered in partnership with entities such as the Riverside County Regional Medical Center, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department and California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
See a list of current administrators at MVC.